WARREN, MI – Hoping to jumpstart the development of hybrid propulsion systems for consumer use, General Motors Corp. teams up with the U.S. Army to test a diesel hybrid pickup prototype equipped with a fuel cell auxiliary power unit. The vehicle could become a light-duty warhorse for the Army, which has more than 250,000 light- and medium-duty vehicles in its fleet worldwide. GM/U.S. Army diesel-fuel cell hybrid The prototype, based on a heavy-duty Chevrolet Silverado 2500 ...

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